Best Videos to Supplement Homeschool Math
There are several effective videos to supplement homeschool math with videos.
Saxon Math Videos: Saxon Math is one of the oldest and leading math curricula available. Saxon has added Saxon Teacher CD supplements to its math instruction, thereby updating the quality of this long trusted curriculum.
Teaching Textbooks: Teaching Textbooks math instruction includes an interactive CD that instructs and reviews incorrect problems and a consumable workbook/textbook. It is known for being very easy to use to the point of allowing students to learn on their own without the help of an adult.
Chalk Dust Company: Chalk Dust Company provides instruction for Basic Math through Calculus in the form of DVDs, textbooks, and solution guides that can be purchased together or separately. The DVDs feature teacher video instruction. The student is instructed to work along with the video, pressing pause it to work out problems on their own.
Hippocampus.org: Hippocampus.org instructs students in Algebra, Calculus, Spanish and English. This is a free online program that uses interactive programming and online testing to teach these subjects.
Brightstorm Math: Brightstorm uses pre-recorded online videos to instruct in pre-algebra through statistics. It is a membership based website that has several different instructors allowing you to choose which teacher you like best. This is a great resource to use alongside your favorite curriculum.
Khan Academy: Khan Academy is like an online library for video math instruction. Any time a student is stuck on any math function, he can search the Khan Academy website and get an instant answer to his question.